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Donated to the 
King Public Libra ry 
In Memory of 
James Underwood 






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The Eagle 
















presented by the 

Yearbook Staff 

1962 

of 

King High School 

King, N.C. 



Our annual for 1962 is built around 
the theme of King High School. We 
use the words of our School Song to 
present the different phases of our 
daily school life . We hope that this 
annual may serve as a reminder of our 
past school days, and will continue to 
bring memories in the years to come. 
Annual Staff 




VICKI BOLES 
Editor 







JENNY BOLEJACK, WAYNE LONG 
Elementary Editors 



JANICE SMITH 
High School Editor 



BEVERLY MOORE 
Photography Editor 



BRENDA WESTMORELAND, GLENOLA McGEE, NANCY HALL 

Typists 



FAYE DEAN BROWN, NANCY TUTTLE 
Business Managers 



Staff 



CATHY HALL, THURMAN DODSON 
Sports Editors 




MR. JAMES UNDERWOOD 
Sponsor 





MR. SID WILLIAMS 
Sponsor 





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JUDITH SMITH 
Feature Editor 



CLAYTON SMITH 
Activities Editor 



CHARLES BARR, GERALD BOYLES 
Business Managers 



BRENDA WALSH, JUNIOR DUGGINS 
Art Editors 




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Our teachers are an important part of our 
school, in fact, they are the essence of the 
school. Long after our days at King High School 
have ended, memories of our capable faculty 
will continue to linger in our minds. 








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MR. O.T. NEAL 




Principal 



Assistant Principal 




MR. ROBER COVINGTON 



MRS. T.W. McGEE MR. J.M. UNDERWOOD 
Secretary Treasurer 



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School Board 




DR. W.J. HELSABECK 

MR. RUPERT HALL 

Chairman 

DR. J.R. JONES 



Supervisors 




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MRS. GRACE T. RODENBOUGH 
Elementary School Supervisor 



MR. A.E. GARNER 
High School Supervisor 



Superintendent 



MR. R.M. GREEN 





High 



MRS. REBECCA MOSER 
Librarian, Math 



MR. SID WILLIAMS 
Commercial 





MR . VERNON KIMBRO 
Social Studies, English, Coach 



MRS . ALENE GRAVITT 
Science 






MR. JAMES UNDERWOOD 
Math 



MRS. JANE PEDIGO 
English, Social Studies 



MR. MELVIN HUNTER 
Science, Social Studies 



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School Faculty 





MISS KATHLEEN HALL 
English, Social Studies 



MRS. MARGARET PASCHAL 
English, Foreign Language 










MRS. IRENE BRANDON 
Eighth Grade 



MR. R.M. COLLINS 
Eighth Grade 



MR. CM. FELTS 
Eighth Grade 






MRS. VIRGINIA PATTERSON 
Home Economics 



MR. SAMUEL FURCHES 
Agriculture 



MRS. MARY GILFRY 
Librarian 



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MRS . MARY ETTA 

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First Grade 




MISS ELOISE HUTCHINS 
First Grade 



Elementary 





MRS. AGNES STEWART 
First Grade 



MRS. JOYCE COLLINS 
First Grade 




MRS. JESSIE GARNER 
Second Grade 




MRS. ALMABARR 
Second Grade 




MRS. MARGARET WHITT 
Second Grade 




MRS. DORIS 
McCLANAHAN 
Second Grade 




MRS. VERA DIXON 
Third Grade 



MRS . ELLIE BOYLES 
Third Grade 





MRS. FRANCES TAYLOR 
Third Grade 



MRS. LOTTIE CHANCE 
Fourth Grade 



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Faculty 




MRS. MARIANNE 

KIMBRO 

Fourth Grade 





MRS. MADELYN 
MARSHALL 
Fourth Grade 





MRS. LIDA HUTCHINS 
Fifth Grade 




MRS. CAROLYN HUNTER 
Sixth Grade 




MISS CLARA HELSABECK 
Fifth Grade 




MRS. MARGURITE 

GENTRY 

Sixth Grade 



MRS . ETHEL MOORE 
Fifth Grade 



MRS. RANDIE LEWIS 
Sixth Grade 






MRS . MARIE HAYNES 
Seventh Grade 




MRS. MARINUS 
Special Education 



MR. ROBER COVINGTON 
Seventh Grade 



MRS. FRANCES KISER 
Seventh Grade 



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We dedicate to 

Who loves us? Who cares for us? Who makes sacrifices 
for us daily? Who knows and understands us? Who shares our 
sorrows and joys? Who is willing to give advice and guidance 
each and every day? Who can we turn to in times of sorrow 
and need? Who can we look to in times of happiness and joy? 



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our Parents 



OUR PARENTS! A sense of love and deep appreciation leads 
us to dedicate the 1962 EAGLE to our "PARENTS" -Those 
who possess an endless love and interest in our well-being — 
Those to whom we give a high degree of love and respect. 



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s. George A. Barr Mr. 

. Reid Bennett Mr. 

s. A.C. Chambers Mr. 

s. T.W. Denny Mr. 

. Thurman W.Dodson, Sr. Mrs. 

s. Lefferage Tuttle Mr. 

s. Morris Boles Mr. 

;. Harvey Brown Mr. 

s. Baxter Hall Mr. 

s. Keith Kirby Mr. 

;. Paul Kiser Mr. 

>. Glenn McGee Mrs. 

>. Edgar W. Meadows Mrs. 

;. Hughes Mitchell Mr. 

;. E.H. Moore Mrs. 

;. Ernest Smith Mr. 

;. Grady E. Stone Mr. 

;. Roland Walsh Mr. 

;. Roe F. Westmoreland Mr. 

;. Roy Ashby, Sr. Mr. 

;. Jack Westmoreland Mr. 



CMrs. J.H. Boyles 

& Mrs. James Allen Brandon 

& Mrs. James G. Dalton 

& Mrs. Denver E. Duggins, Sr. 

Walter Duggins 
G Mrs. Dewey A. Long 
& Mrs. Thomas Mabe 
& Mrs. Sandy Mabe 
& Mrs. Carl Smith 
& Mrs. E.E. Bolejack 
& Mrs. Willie Gray Hunter 

Ruby Thurman 

Maggie Cummings 
Harvey Hall 

Mabel Lawson 
& Mrs. William Henry Mays 
& Mrs. Grady O. Newsome 
& Mrs. Harvey Smith 
& Mrs. Herman Smith 
& Mrs . Arch Tuttle 
& Mrs." Marvin Watts 



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From the close companionship we have had these 
past years at King High School comes a deep, 
never-ending warm feeling toward our fellow 
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Senior Class 
Officers 

JENNY BOLEJACK 

Secretary 
BRUCE BENNETT 

Treasurer 
DONALD BOWLES 

Vice-President 
BEVERLY MOORE 

President 



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Memories 



ROY EMERSON ASHBY, JR. 

"Did nothing in particular and did it well." 

,F.A. 1,2,3,4; Bus Captain 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. 



Seniors 



CHARLES LLOYD BARR 
"There are two things to aim at in life, first to get what you want; 

and then to enjoy it. " 
Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1,3; Student 
Council Representative 1,4; Traffic Committee 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; 
Boys' State Representative 3; Monogram Club 4, President 4; Glee 
Club 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Bus Driver 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Business 
Manager. 





BRUCE DEAN BENNETT 

"If Knowledge is power I must have Blown a fuse." 

Class Officer 1,2,3; Science Club 4; Bus Driver 4; Junior Varsity 

Basketball 1; Manager 3; Superlative 4; 4-H Club 1; Substitute Bus 

Driver 2,3; Bus Captain 2. 



JENNY LOU BOLEJACK 
"Life is a Mirror; Smile at It and It will smile back at you. " 
Piano 1; Majorette 1 , 2; F.H. A. Treasurer 3; 4-H Club 1,2,3, Officer 
3; Student Council 3,4; May Day Chairman 4; Booster Club 2; Alternate 
Cheerleader 2; Cheerleader 3,4; Glee Club 1,2; Newspaper Staff 2,3; 
Monogram Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Business Club 4, Business Club 
Reporter 4; Bus Captain 4; Class Officer, Secretary 4; Superlative 4. 




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Pep Rallies 



VICKI RAY BOLES 
"Learn as though you would live forever; Live as though you would die 

tomorrow. " 
Beta Club 2,3,4, President 4; Math Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 2, 
Treasurer 3; Science Club 2,3,4, Secretary 2, Secretary -Treasurer 3; 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Band 1,2,3,4, President 2, Vice- 
President 3; Majorette 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Vice- 
President 3; Girls' State Representative 3; Glee Club 3,4; School 
Science Fair Winner 2; Editor of Annual 4; Winner of World Peace 
Essay Contest 3; Piano Student 1,2; Marshal 3; Honor Student 4; Class 
Officer 2,3, Vice-President 2, Secretary 3; Miss King Hi Attendant 3; 
Monogram Club 3,4; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Debating Club 
1,2,3,4; Booster Club 2; French Club 4. 



Class of '62 



DONALD BOWLES 
"Choose wisely for happiness lies largely in your own choice." 
Class Officer 3,4, Vice-President 3; Math Club 3,4, 1st Vice-President 
4; Science Club 3,4; Student Council 1,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 
Bus Driver 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Senior Play 4; Superlative 4; Annual 
Staff 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3. 





GERALD VANCE BOYLES 
"Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday ,and all is well." 
Class Officer 1,2,3; Math Club 3,4; Science Club 3,4; Monogram 
Club 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1,4; Boys' State Representative 3; 
Senior Play 4; Bus Driver 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3, 4;* Annual 
Staff 4. 



JIMMY BRANDON 
"It matters not what you are thought to be but what you are. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Substitute Bus Driver 3,4; Student Council 
4; Bus Captain 4; 4-H Club. 




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Bus Trips to Games 



FAYE DEAN BROWN 
"Every minute you are angry you lose 60 seconds of happiness." 
F.H.A. Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
Junior Varsity 1; 4 -H Club 1,2,3; Business Club 3,4, President 4; 
Glee Club 4; Miss King Hi Attendant 4; Student Council Representative 
4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Senior Play Cast 4. 



Seniors 



DEL LINE JOHNSON CHAMBERS 
"No Mountain is so high that it can not be conquered." 
F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Junior Varsity Basket- 
ball 1,2; Varsity Basketball 3,4; Baseball Manager 3; Monogram Club 
4; Senior Play. 





DIANNE PAT CRANFORD 

"Say what you think but think before you say it. " 

Glee Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3. 



PAULINE MAE CUMMINGS 
"Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found out by seeking. " 
Glee Club 3,4; F.H.A. 2,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Bus Captain 4; Junior 
Varsity Basketball 1 . 




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T.V. History 



JAMES IRWIN DALTON 
"To live longer, live slowly." 
Mount Airy 1,2; Monogram Club 2; Baseball 2; Senior Play Cast 4; 
Bus Driver 4; Superlative 4. 



Class of '62 



FROSTY WILLIAM DENNY 
"Happy am I, From care I'm free, Why aren't they all just like me." 
F.F.A, 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1 , 2, 3; Junior Varsity B a s ke tb a 1 1 1,2; 
Varsity 3,4; Substitute Bus Driver 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Glee Club 
4; Bus Captain 2,4; Senior Play Cast 4; Basketball Manager 2. 





THURMAN WESLEY DODSON, JR. 
"The trouble with being a good sport is that you have to lose in order 

to prove it. " 
4-H Club 1,2,3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Superlative 4; Senior Play Cast. 



ELWORTH "JUNIOR" DUGGINS 
"It matters not how long we live, but how." 
4-H Club 1; Halloween King 1,2; Student Council Representative 3; 
Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4; Class Officer 1,2,4. 




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College Boards 



NORRIS CARLTON DUGGINS 
"Eat, drink, sleep and be merry, for tomorrow you may die." 
Baseball 3,4; 4-H Club 1; F.F.A. 1 , 2, 3, 4; Class Officer 3; Substitute 
Bus Driver 3; Bus Driver 4. 



Seniors 



FRANCES CATHERINE HALL 
"Keep Smiling; it makes people wonder what you've been up to." 
4-H Club 1,2; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Glee Club 4; Business Club 4; Class 
Officer 2,3, President 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Vice- 
President 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co -Captain 4, All -County 3; Annual 
Staff 4; Hi Lite Staff 3,4, Associate Editor 3, Editor 4; Bus Captain 3; 
Student Council 3,4; Superlative 4; Junior Marshal 3; World Peace 
Contestant 3; Junior Varsity Basketball 1; Booster Club 2; Senior Play 
Cast 4; Honor Student. 





NANCY JANE HALL 
"Today is the tomorrow, you worried about yesterday, and alliswell." 
4-H Club 1,2,3, Reporter 3; Piano 1,2,3; Student Council 4; Business 
Club 4; Math Club 4; Science Club 3,4; Beta Club 4; Newspaper Staff 
4, Business Manager 4; Annual Staff 4, Typist; World Peace Contest 
3, Runner-Qp; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4; Bus Captain 2, 3, 4. 



MARY CATHERINE HUNTER 
"It doesn't matter how long we live, but how. " 
4-H Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Substitute Bus 
Driver 4 . 




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Exams 



GLENDA DALE KIRBY 
"You'll find that when all is understood, what seemed bad was really 

good. " 
F.H.A. 1,2,4; School Science Fair Winner 2; Civil Defense Essay 
Contest Winner 2; Bus Captain 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Business Club 4, 
Business Club Recording Secretary 4; Class Reporter 4; Beta Club 4; 
Library Assistant 4. 



Class of '62 




BRENDA GALE KIRBY 
"For the way we live today so shall we succeed or fail tomorrow. " 
F.H.A. 1,2,4, Vice-President 4; 4-H Club 1,2; School Science Fair 
Winner 2; Bus Captain 3; Newspaper Staff 4; Business Club 4, Business 
Club Treasurer 4; Library Assistant 4; Glee Club 4; Civil Defense 
Essay Contest 2. 





BRENDA FRANCIS KISER 
"Everything is possible for tomorrow— no dream too foolish, no goal 

too high. " 
Math Club 2,3,4, President 4; Science Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4 
Beta Club 4; Business Club 4; Student Council 2,4; Representative 2 
Newspaper Staff 4; F.H.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 4, Reporter 3 
Piano 1,2,3,4; Typing Contest 3; Marshal 3; Honor Student 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3,4; Pianist 4; Debating Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Debating 2,3,4; 
World Peace Contest 3; Science Fair Honorable Mention 2. 



PHYLLIS KAY LAWSON 
"The more you give and do, the more you have and are. " 
Glee Club 1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3, Vice-President 
1,2, President 3; Math Club 3,4; Science Club 2,3, Reporter 2,3, 
Secretary 4; Student Council 3,4; World Peace Contest 3; Junior 
Varsity Basketball 1; Alternate Cheerleader 3; Cheerleader 4; Beta 
Club 4; Bus Captain 4; French Club 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Monogram 
Club 4; Honor Student 4. 




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DEWEY WAYNE LONG 
"Speak soft and carry a big stick." 
Band 1,2,3,4, Vice -President 4; Drum Major 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Senior 
Play Cast 4; Annual Staff 4; Monogram Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1,2. 



Seniors 



BOBBY GRAY MABE 

"Common sense is instinct, and enough of it is genius. 

4-H Club 2; Glee Club 1: F.F.A. Club 4. 





LLOYD REID MABE 
"Don't explain; friends don't need it, and your enemies won't believe 

you anyway . " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Substitute Bus Driver 2; Bus Driver 
3,4; Superlative 4. 



OZELL MAYS 

'Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound together." 

4-H Club 1,2, 3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Bus Captain 4. 




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Hamlet 



JUDY FAYE MEADOWS 
"It is Greater honor to be trusted, than to be loved." 
F.H.A. 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Miss King High Attendant 1,2; Miss 
King High 4; Superlative 4; Class Officer 1; Glee Club 4. 



Class of '62 



GLENOLA GAYE McGEE 
"Act well your part, for there all the honor lies." 
Student Council Officer 3, Corresponding Secretary of Student Council 
3; Annual Staff 4, Typist 4; Band 3, 4; Majorette 3,4; Band Sweetheart 
3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Glee Club 3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Hi Light Staff 
2,3,4; Senior Play Cast 4; French Club 4; Booster Club 3; Junior 
Varsity Basketball 1; Class Reporter 1,2; Alternate Cheerleader 1, 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Co-Chief 4; Monogram Club 3,4; School Science 
Fair Winner 2; County Science Fair Winner 2; Student Council 
Committee 3,4; Business Club 3,4, Vice-President 4. 





PEGGY ANN MITCHELL 
"If God be for me, who be against me." 
Germanton High School 1, 2, 3; Class Officer l;4-HClub l,2;Student 
Council Officer 3; Marshal 3; Miss Germanton High 3; Junior Play 
Cast 3; Cheerleader 3; Beta Club 4; Superlative 4; Science Club 4; 
Annual Staff 3; Latin Club 4. 



BEVERLY RUTH MOORE 
"He builds too low who builds below the Stars. " 
Class President 4; Honor Student 4; Chief Marshal 3; National Science 
Foundation Summer Institute 3; School Science Fair Winner 3; County 
Science Fair Winner 3; Science Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Presi- 
dent 4; Math Club 2,3,4, Secretary 2; Beta Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 2,3; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; 
Student Council 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Varsity 1; French Club 4; Bus Captain 1,2,3; Lunchroom Clerk 4; 
World Peace Contest 2,3. 




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Endless Expenses 



DORIS MAE NEWSOME 

"God gave his life for me, why not give my life to Him." 

4-H Club 1,2; Glee Club 4; F.H.A. 1. 



Seniors 



BRENDA ANN SMITH 
'It is better to say nothing and appear ignorant than to speak and 

remove all doubt." 
F.H.A. 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Junior Varsity Basketball 1, Varsity 
1, 2, 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 4. 





HUBERT CLAYTON SMITH 
"Misspending a man's time is a kind of self -homicide. " 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity Basketball l,2;Mono- 
gram Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2; Bus Driver 3,4; Student Council 
Representative 3; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Senior Play 4; 
Substitute Bus Driver 3. 



JANICE FAYE SMITH 
"Perfection may never be reached but it's worth reaching for." 
Piano 1; Glee Club 1; Miss King High Attendant 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, 
Officer 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Business Club 4; Basket- 
ball 2; Manager of Girls Basketball 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Student 
Council 3,4; Bus Captain 4; 4-H Club 2,3. 




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JUDITH MAUREEN SMITH 
"The thing that costs the least, but creates the most is just a pleasant 

smile . " 
4 -H Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 
2,3,4; Miss King High Attendant 2,3; Maid of Honor 4; Bus Captain 
3,4; Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Vice-President of Monogram 
Club 3; Vice-President of Student Council 4; Superlative 4. 



Class of '62 



BARBARA LYNN STONE 
"That which is striking and beautiful is not always good, but that 

which is good is always beautiful." 
Honor Student 4; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Girls' 
State Representative 3; Debating 2, 3; World Peace Contest 3; Science 
Club 2,3,4, Reporter 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Class 
Officer 1; Newspaper Staff 3; Miss King High Attendant 4; Junior 
Varsity 1; Cheerleader 3,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Senior Play 
Cast 4; Monogram Club 4; Booster Club 2; Math Club 3,4. 





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NANCY ANN TUTTLE 
"A smile is like an echo; it always comes back to you." 
Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Alternate Cheerleader 1, Cheer- 
leader 2,3,4, Chief 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3, President 2, Vice-President 
3, County Vice-President 2; Newspaper Staff 3; Class Officer 2, 
Treasurer 2; Debating Team 2,3, Alternate 1; Wake Forest Speech 
Festival Winner 2; Librarian 3; Student Council Representative 2 
Recording Secretary 3; President 4; Beta Club 3,4; Business Club 4 
Bus Captain 3; Monogram Club 3,4, Secretary of Monogram Club 4 
Annual Staff 4; Superlative 4. 




JOHN WAYNE TUTTLE 
"God is my Co -Pilot." 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, President of F.F. A. 4; Substitute Bus Driver 2,3,4; 
Bus Captain 3,4; 4-H Club 1. 




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Graduation 



BRENDA SUE WALSH 
"The best way to keep from losing face, is to keep the lower part of 

it shut. " 
Alternate Majorette 1; 4-H Club 1,2; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; 
Bus Captain 2,4; High Light Staff 3; Class Reporter 3; Glee Club 4; 
Publicity Manager for Senior Play 4. 



BONNIE MARIE WATTS 
"I'd rather be small and shine; than tall and cast a shadow." 
Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Newspaper Staff 4; Business Club 4; 
Student Council 3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Librarian 2; Booster Club 2; 
Student Council Representative 4; Bus Captain 4. 





BRENDA CAROL WESTMORELAND 
"Never sacrifice the future on the alter of the present. " 
Majorette 1,2; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Junior Varsity 
1; Cheerleader 4, Alternate Cheerleader 1; Bus Captain 3,4; F.H.A. 
1,2,3,4; Business Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 4; Mono- 
gram Club 3,4; Glee Club 4; Senior Play Cast 4; Honor Student 4; 
Librarian 4. 



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Last Will and Testament 

We, the graduating class of 1962, of King High School, being of abnormal minds, who think we are the most 
important class that ever journeyed into the world, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our Last Will and 
Testament in order to pass our cherished and worthless possessions to anyone worthy of them. 

To Mr. Neal and the faculty we leave our sincere appreciation for the knowledge and prestige you have helped us 
to acquire through our high school years. 

To the juniors, sophomores, and freshmen, we leave our seats as a graduating class, hoping you will fill them as 
well as we have. 

The following individuals leave their most valuable possessions to the members of the junior class: 

GLENOLA McGEE leaves her bottle of peroxide to Carole Brandon and Nancy Hall. 

KAY LAWSON leaves her "twisting" ability to Frances Stewart. 

GLENDA and BRENDA KIRBY leave their ability to confuse the teachers to anyone who is willing to try. 

BRENDA SMITH leaves her basketball suit to Bonnie Gravely hoping she will do great things for the team. 

NANCY HALL leaves her memories of Walnut Cove to Janice Redding and Joann Southern. 

DONALD BOWLES leaves his book "How to Lose 50 lbs. in Ten Easy Lessons, " to Terry Tuttle . 

LYNN STONE bequeaths all her short skirts and little red bows to Kay Robertson, and her love for the beach to Shelby 

Inman. 
BRENDA KISER leaves all her problems, and her love for Pilot Mountain to Faye Flippin. 

CHARLES BARR wills his "great height" to Billy Webster hoping he will be able to see everything that is happening . 
WAYNE LONG just leaves. 

PEGGY MITCHELL wills her superlative "Most Intellectual" to Judy Watson. 
JUDY MEADOWS leaves her mirror, and the title "Miss King Hi" to Hazel Parris. 
DORIS NEWSOME leaves to James Gibson her ability to study next year. 

BRENDA WESTMORELAND leaves her ability to sleep, eat, and talk in class, and get by with it to Kathy Bennett. 
FAYE DEAN BROWN leaves all her past boy friends to Pam Kiser, Karen Edwards, and Doris Long. 
NORRIS DUGGINS and CLAYTON SMITH leave their places at Tiny Diny to Mike Boyles and Doug Smoot. 
JUNIOR DUGGINS leaves his charm and personality to Billy Chambers, and his ability to haul the girls around to Joe 

Johnson. 
BRUCE BENNETT leaves his comb to Johnny Shore and his "good looks" to Wayne Slate. 

CATHY HALL leaves her superlative "Most Athletic" to Judy Barr, and her ability to keep talking to Sandra Newsome . 
VICKI BOLES leaves her position as Editor of the Annual to Bonnie Kirby. 
BONNIE WATTS leaves to Diane Browder a can of spinach, hoping that she will grow more. 
JENNY BOLEJACK wills her superlative "Best Personality" to Mary Ann Gentry. 
GERALD BOYLES leaves his ability to stand up for the "Chevy" to E.R. Conrad. 
JUDITH SMITH leaves her everwinning smile to Sylvia Sprinkle. 

NANCY TUTTLE leaves her office as President of the Student Council to Jackie Bovender. 
THURMAN DODSON leaves his superlative "Most Athletic" to Calvin Voss. 

JIMMY BRANDON leaves his skill to run improper mufflers to anyone who likes to run from the police. 
JOHN CHAMBERS wills his formula for gun powder to Steve Covington. 

ROY ASHBY being of sound mind and body, did away with everything he had before he left. 
LLOYD MABE wills his dancing ability to Junior Collins. 
WAYNE TUTTLE wills his "little black book" to Bruce Robertson hoping this information will last until he can get 

started by himself. 
FROSTY DENNY leaves his giggles and curly hair to Bobby Mickey and Donald Chapman. 
BOBBY MABE leaves his ability to court in school to Frankie Barr. 
JIM DALTON leaves all his flirting abilities to Ronnie Hauser. 
BRENDA WALSH leaves her black rinse and shortness to Mary Jane Tuttle. 

BEVERLY MOORE leaves her leadership ability as President of the Senior Class to Lawrence Voss. 
MARY HUNTER leaves her smile and her freckles to anyone who wants them. 
OZELL MAYS leaves her ability to do the "Hully -Gully" to Judy Watts. 
PAULINE CUMMINGS leaves all her long blond hair to Judy Atwood. 
PAT CRANFORD leaves her giggles to Sylvia Wall. 
JANICE SMITH wills her World History notes to John Snider hoping he will do better next year than he did this year. 

Witnesses- KAY LAWSON 

BULLWINKLE Testatrix 

MICKEY MOUSE 



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MR. SID WILLIAMS 



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JANICE REDDING 

Secretary 

E.R. CONRAD 

Vice -President 

CALVIN VOSS 

Treasurer 

FRANKIE BARR 

President 




JUDY ATWOOD 



GLENDA BARBER 



RUBY BARNECASTLE 
FRANKIE BARR 




JACKIE BO VENDER 



JUDY BARR 
KATHY BENNETT 



CAROL BRANDON 




RONNIE BINKLEY 
WILLIE BLEDSOE 



DIANNE BROWDER 



MIKE BOYLES 
VIRGINIA BOYLES 

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JUDY CALLOWAY 





BILLY CHAMBERS 



DONALD CHAPMAN 
JUNIOR COLLINS 



KAREN EDWARDS 



E.R. CONRAD 
STEVE COVINGTON 




JUNIOR ESSICK 



MELBA CRADDOCK 
LINDA CROMER 




FAYE FLIPPIN 



CHARLES DARNELL 
PEGGY EDMONS 



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MARY ANN GENTRY 



JAMES GIBSON 




PAM KISER 



KAY KISER 




DORIS LONG 



DELBERT GORDON 
BONNIE GRAVELY 



NANCY V. HALL 
KENNETH HARTGROVE 



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JERRY MICKEY 
SANDRA NEWSOME 



DOUGLAS SMOOT 



HAZEL PARRIS 
JANICE REDDING 



JOHN SNIDER 



BRUCE ROBERTSON 
KAY ROBERTSON 



DAVID SOUTHERN 



JOHNNY SHORE 
WAYNE SLATE 



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RONALD STEVENS 





FRANCES STEWART 
JIMMY TEDDER 



DORIS WEBSTER 



MARY J. TUTTLE 
TERRY TUTTLE 



JIMMY WEBSTER 



NORMAN SMITH 
LAWRENCE VOSS 



TERRY WOOD 



JUDY WATSON 
BILLY WEBSTER 



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STEVE DALTON 

Treasurer 

ANN PRUITT 

Secretary 

KATHERINE 

MOORE 

President 

PAM KIRBY 

Vice-President 



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CHARLES ADKINS 
BETTY JO BADGETT 
JUDY BARNEYCASTLE 
CAROL BENTON 



KAREN BOLEJACK 
ALLAN BOLES 
J.V. BOLES 
PAT BOYLES 





STEVE BOYLES 
JACKIE BUTNER 
DEE CARROLL 
JUDY COLLINS 
ALFRED 

CRADDOCK 



STEVE DAL TON 
GLORIA DUGGINS 
NORMA EDMONS 
LINDA EDWARDS 



BETTY FULK 
CLYDE FULK 
LINDA FULK 
JEANETTE FULTON 




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RICHARD GIBSON 
KENNETH HALL 



JUDY HARRISON 
B REN DA HENS ELY 
DORIS HOLDER 
FREYA JOHNSON 



SUSAN JOHNSON 
JO ANN KEY 
PAM KIRBY 
DAVID LAWSON 
JIMMY LOGGINS 





JERRY LONG 
PHYLLIS LOVE 

DIANNE MABE 
PEGGY JO MABE 



JAMES MARSHALL 
JUDY MARTIN 
JUNIOR McGEE 
BOBBY MOORE 



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KATHERINE MOORE 
JANET MOSER 
SIDNEY MOSER 

NANCY NEWSOME 



ANN PRUITT 
MICHAEL RICHARDSON 
GENETT SMITH 
GERALD SMITH 





HARREL SMITH 
BECKIE 

SPAINHOUR 
JUDY TABOR 
LEONARD 

TUTTLE 
NORMA TUTTLE 



SLYVIA WALL 
SONDRA VOGLER 
RONALD WALL 
PHILLIP VANCE 



MABEL WARNER 
RONNIE WHITE 
WANDA WHITE 
SANDRA WOLFF 




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Freshman 
Class Officers 



LEON LANKFORD 

President 

BRENDA COLLINS 

Vice-President 

KENT KISER 

Secretary -Treasurer 




Larry Boles 
Brenda Booze 
Terry Bowman 
Douglas Boyles 
Dianne Boyles 
Marie Bowen 



Elbert Boyles 
Steve Burge 
Kay Carroll 
Perry Carroll 
Brenda Collins 
Barbara Covington 



Jimmy Ashby 

Carolyn Baker 

Gregg Bennett 

Marie Blakely 

Jerry Bledsoe 




Class of '65 




Louise Craddock 
Glenn Cromer 
James Cox 
Louise Cox 
Janie Crews 
Shelia Crowder 



Wanda Davis 
Wayne Davis 
Richard Donathan 
Libby Durham 
Johnny East 
Terry Edwards 



Louise Flippin 
Roger Fulk 
Jerry Golf 
Richard Golf 
Gloria Gordon 
Peggy Gordon 



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Susan Griffin 
Barbara Grimes 
Betty Hall 
Johnny Hall 
Ray Hall 
Jimmy Hauser 





Kay Hensely 
Gary Hicks 
Gail Holder 
Linda Hunter 
Roger Inman 
Larry Ingram 



Donald James 
Kathy Johnson 
John Kinzer 
Mary A. Kirby 
Kent Kiser 
Ronald Kiser 



Freshmen 



Leon Lankford 
Sandra Law son 
Sara Lawson 
Glenda Lawson 
Jane Lewis 
Mary Ann 
Limeback 



Don Mabe 
Henry Mabe 
Ronnie Mabe 
Judy Marshall 
Jerry Martin 
Butch McGee 



Carlton 

McKenney 
Elaine McKnight 
Johnny Mitchell 
Deobra Moore 
Clydie 

Moorefield 
Dorthy Meadows 
Debora Moore 





Sandra 

Meadwell 
Marlyin New 
Ellen Neal 
Jeanette 

Needham 
Norma 

Newsome 
Susan 

Newsome 



Shirly Overby 
Douglas Payne 
Sue Pike 
George Pike 
Shelby Poindexter 
Annie Lee Priddy 



Donna Roberts 
Franklin Sells 
Bobby Slate 
Carolyn Slate 
Arthur Smith 
Kay Smith 




Class of '65 




David Smith 
Doris Smith 
Gary Smith 
Steve Smith 
Brent Smith 
Larry Southern 



Jerry Stanley 
Wanda Stone 
Ronnie Tedder 
Harvey Tedder 
Harold Timmons 
Bobby Tuttle 



Varner Vogler 
Earl Voss 
Kenneth Watson 
Eddie White 
Ronald 

Westmoreland 
Larry Wood 




Eighth Grade 

Larry Barber 
Lottie Beasley 
Ronald Bennett 
Glenn Bennett 
Kenneth Bledsoe 
Garland Boyd 
David Brandon 

Judy Brown 
Judy Ann Brown 
Carl Calloway 
James Calloway 
R.L. Calloway 
Virginia Calloway 
Powell Cain 

Pat Chance 
Ray Chance 
Arnold Childress 
Jean Collins 
Glenn Collins 
Charles Covington 
Linda Covington 

Danny Cox 
Dallas Cromer 
Sally Cromer 
Eddie Culler 
Freddie Culler 
Irene Culler 
Glenda Dalton 

Betty Dodson 
Betty Duggins 
Ralph Essick 
Mary Ely 
Donald Fain 
Betty Ann Felts 
Carl Fulk 

Nancy Fulk 
Kathleen Fuquay 
Donald Gibson 
Charles Gillispie 
Gail Gordon 
Arnold Goodman 
Ann Gunnell 



Ann Hall 
Barry Hall 
Robert Hall 
Gary Hall 
Beverly Harrison 
Brenda Hauser 
Jo Ann Hendrix 



Reid Hiedgins 
Allan Hicks 
Sandra Holder 
George Hunter 



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Eighth Grade 

Elaine James 
Frank James 
Kelly Jackson 
Andrea Johnson 
Pat Keiger 
Charles Kirby 
Beverlie Kiser 

Lois Kiser 
Bonita Lewis 
Donald Love 
Patricia Love 
Dianne Mabe 
Janice Marshall 
J.R. Marshall 

Leslie Meadows 
Kay McKnight 
Judy Mickey 
Huskey Moser 
Margaret McElroy 
Billy McHone 
Paul Nance 

David New 
Jimmy Newsome 
Nicky Newsome 
Roger Newsome 
Gaither Palmer 
Betty Jo Petree 
Frankye Pulliam 

Jimmy Scott 
Linda Slack 
Joyce Slate 
Rodney Slate 
Anyce Smith 
Elwin Smith 
Dale Smith 

Linda Smith 
Larry Smith 
Michael Smith 
Penny Smith 
Stancel Smith 
Tony Spainhour 
Junior Speas 

Grady Stone 

Judith Tedder 

Joe Vogler 

Donna Walters 

Phyllis Watts 

Brenda Westmoreland 

Nancetta Westmoreland 



Joseph Webster 
Don White 
Wayne White 
Ronald Whitt 
Junior Wilson 



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Owsler Adkins 
Butch Barter 
Arnold Bledsoe 
Winnie Bledsoe 
Bobby Brown 
Richard Conner 
Brent Cromer 
Ricky Cromer 
Melvin Edwards 

Roger Finney 
Ronnie Fulk 
Donald Goff 
Dwight Hall 
Robert Inman 
Raeford Kiser 
Ronnie Meadows 
Bradley Newsome 
Randall Smith 

Terry Turtle 

Garry White (No Picture) 

Verlie Cain 

Frances Cowick 

Jane Covington 

Patsy Durham 

Darlene Flippin 

Betty Gordon 

Peggy Mabe 



Doris McKnight 
Kay Newsome 
Teresa Slack 
Dean Southern 
Janet Stanley 
Barbara Tucker 
David Allen 



Virginia Bennett 

Omnie Boyles 
Ray Cowick 
Alice Cox 

Becky Crews 
Cherry Davis 
Roger Dodson 
Larry E^ 

Judy Fulk 

Roger Fuquay 
Wanda Gordon 
Janet Hooker 
Patricia Hunter 
Benny Jeffords 
Sammy Jeffords 
Vickie Law 
Homer Lawson 



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Ronnie Lew 
Carol Mann 
John Martin 
Benny Matthews 
Jimmy McHone 
Barry Nelson 
Joel New 
Glenda Pike 
Marlin Smith 

Ronnie Smith 
Billy Stanley 
Kenneth Turtle 
Rose Ann Turtle 
Richard William 
Barbara William: 
Andrew Wolff 
Nancy Ayres 
Peggy Binkley 

Terry Brandon 
Theresa Brooks 
Donald Bledsoe 
Regina Burrow 
Judy Blakely 



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Phil Edwards 
Johnny Finney 
Mary Etta Gatewood 
David Gibson 
Edward Gunnell 
Steve Hauser 
Larry Handy 
Tommy Jessup 

James Mays 
Jack Meadwell 
Maurice Marshall 
Diane Needham 
Sammy Newsome 
Mary Jane Newsome 
Jo Ann Newsome 
Linda Pike 
Elmer Sargent 

Sarah Smith 
David Smith 
Kay Turtle 
Kenneth Whitt 
David White 



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Sixth Grade 



Jerry Bennett 
Becky Brown 
Benny Brown 
Dorothy Burrow 
Mike Burner 
Ronnie Carroll 

Doug Childress 
Kenneth Cox 
Vicki Cromer 
Kim Duggins 
Diane Gatewood 
Ruth Gibson 
Bruce Hall 



Gail Phipps 



Linda Tuttle 
Phillip Westmoi 
Naomi Ayers 
Roger Bameyca 
Brenda Kay Ben 
Glenda Collins 
Martin Gordon 
Vance Hall 



Gaynell Harrel 
Gary Hauser 
Junior Hensley 
Wesley Hill 
Evelyn Hunter 
Patsy Jackson 
Pat Johnson 
Linda Kimbro 



Kathy Mabe 
Mary Ann McGe 
Belinda Moser 
Darrell Moser 
Grant Nance 



Phil Ne 



Gerald Smith 



Brenda Southern 
Marie Van Duse 
Ronnie Walters 
Sandra Wans 
Maxie Whittey 
Chris Wood 



Carol Boyles 

Faye Cox (No picture} 

Kathy Craig 

Diane Fulk 

Dorothy Fulk 

Wilma Fuquay 



Teddy Goodman 
Linda Grimes 
Brenda Hill 
Bonnie Key 
Richard Kirby 
Sandra Kiser 
Karen Lankford 
Deborah Mabe 



Roger Nance 
Becky New 
Barney Newsom 
Linda Newsome 
Charlotte Sarge 
Eddie Sargent 
Michael Slate 
Gale Stone 



Davie Taylor 
Glenn Wall 
Kenneth Wame 
Junior Willard 



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Fifth Grade 



Shirley Baker 
Johnny Barnes 
Carolyn Barneycastle 
Amy Booe 
Brenda Bowden 
Lydia Calloway 
Margaret Collina 
Betty Cromer 
Karen Denny 

Elaine Fame 



Joseph Gentry 
Steve Hall 
Beverly Hauser 
Danny Haynes 
Daryl Hicks 
Barton Keiger 
Frances Kirby 
Michael Riser 

Melissa Marshall 
Darlene Moser 
Charles Newsome 
Lani Newsome 
Roy Newsome 
Kay Patterson 
Michael Rierson 
Michael Spainhoui 
Tommy Stanley 

Katherine Stewart 
Timmy Tedder 
Deborah Turtle 
Monnie Tuttle 
Larry Willard 
Susan Adkins 
Ruth Ayers 
Laura Beasley 
Edd Bennett 

David Boyles 
Lee Roy Cain 
Susan Covington 
Janice Cowick 
"Butch" Daulton 
Mary Sue Davis 
Ann Edmonds 
Brenda Edwards 
Dallas Edwards 

Donnie Fulk 
Larry Fulk 
Judy Gordon 
Linda Jones 



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Curtis Mannng 
Ronnie Marshall 
Carolyn Mickey 
Robley Moore 



Dottie Nance 
Eugene Pike 
Janice Priddy 

Dale Richardson 
W.T. Richardson 



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Steve Teddei 
Peggy Tuttle 



Ronnie White 
Ann Willard 
Tony Allen 
Diane Bennett 
Janet Byrd 
Vicke Carroll 
Nancy Cromer 
Kenny Davis 
Eddie Hall 



Barbara Key 
Alese King 
Avoline Kiser 
Deborah Kiser 
Jane Kirby 

Peggy Lawson 
Douglas Lineback 
Cathy Loggins 



Dean Mabe 
Nancy Lee Marshall 
Tommy McGee 
Keith Merrit 
Edgar Moore 
Bonnie Nelson 
Billy Newsome 
Richard Newsome 
Steve Patterson 



Susan Slate 
Barbara Speas 
Joan Tedder 
Terry Timmo 
Wayne Tuttle 



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Fourth Grade 



Debbie Brook 
Lucille Burrows 
Charles Cole 
Rhonda Craig 
Billy Crutchley 
Kathy Dodson 
Charles Flippin 
Barry Fulk 

Gerald Fulk 
Rex Golf 
Carol Griffin 
Wanda Johnson 
Dorothy Lewis 
Shirley Mabe 
Claude Mannng 
Harold Mahathet 



Gary Memtt 
David Newsom 
Delia Newsomc 
Polly Newsome 
Horace Overby 
Brenda Phipps 
Steve Preston 
Rosalene S 



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Jackie Stanley 
Judy Stanley 
David Tedder 
Eddie Wall 
Elaine Whisenhunt 
Johnny Allen 
Johnny Bledsoe 
Phyllis Bowen 



Marcia Burge 
Herman Butner 
Kenneth Carroll 
David Childress 
Roger Grimes (No 
Anne Hall 
Ricky Hartgrove 
Danny Holder 



Janet Holder 
Ricky Lewis 
Brenda Mabe 
Russell McGec 
Kathy Moore 
Patricia Palmi 
Ren Preston 
Mark Pulliam 



Brenda Sargent 
Joyce Siiemore 
Leona Smith 
Sandra Smith 
Teddy Tuttle 
Brenda Wall 
Susie Whisenhun 
Alan White 



Jeffrey White 
Johnny Boles 
Carta Van Duse 
Donald Fulk 
Robert Gordon 
Faye Gunnell 
Michael Hall 
Joyce Hartgrove 



Ronnie Hawks 
Ann Holder 
Terri Holder 
Gerri Lynn Hooke 
Michael Ingram 
Wanda Jean Jame 
Weldon Keiger 
Ronnie McHone 



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Martha Richardson 
Margie Sands 
Sammy Slate 
Linda Smith 
Ina Ruth Southern 



Keith Spainhou 
Danny Tucker 
Teena William 
Steve White 



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Third Grade 



Cathy Boyle: 
Debbie Boyl. 
Janet Boyles 



Judy Cox (No Picture) 
Rupert Duggins 
Keith East 
Steve Ebert 

Robbie Fowler 
Carol Gibson 
Carol Gunnell 
Elezabeth Hauser 

Reeky Hicks 
Jimmy Holt 
Sarah Johnson 
Beth Kirby 
Francis Laws 
Clenda Lawson 
Rebecca Marshall 
Richard Nance 
Sherryl Needham 
Michael O'Neal 

Camille Patterson 
Sammy Patterson 
Daniel Sargent 
Kenneth Stone 
Craig Sizemore 
Grant Smith 
Joseph Tuttle 
Michael Williams 
Martha Ayers 

Deborah Barnes 
Donald Beasley 
Jo Ann Bennett 
Tilda Bennett 
Carolyn Boles 
David Burge 
Jaqueline Cowick 
Geraldine Cowick 
Eddie Cox 

Anne Craddock 
Doris Cromer 
Leon Dalton 



Rikki Duggins 
David Lee Fulk 
James Fulp, Jr. 
Susan Gamer 

James Hall 
Terry Hall 
Ray Hardy 
Jo Ann Inman 
Tommy Jones 
Billy Kirby 
Betty Anne Mabe 
Michael Mabe 
Gail McHone 

Leland Meadwell 
Marilyn Moore 
Douglas Sells 
James Stanley 
B rend a Tuttle 
Stafford Tuttle 



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Donna Bolejack 



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Ricky Cromer 
Emma Flippin (No Pk 
Deborah Gentry 
Frankie Greene 
Randy Griffin 
Tommy Hall 
Roberta Helsabeck 

Christy Kimbro 
Donald King 
Kenneth Kirby 
Donna Lankford 
Brenda Marshall 
Elizabeth Marshall 
William Mitchell 
Gerald Nance 

Kenneth Nelson 



Johnny Orr 
Randy Phipps 
Gary Preston 
Michael Reed 
Deborah Robert 
Beverly Si 



Martha Smith 
June Stanley 
Mike Taylor 
Edd Taylor 
Stephen White 



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Second Grade 



Bonnie Bennett 
Terry Boyles 
Florence Bowen 
Jimmy Boyles 
Cynthia Butner 
Delma Cox 
Andy Cromer 
Rodney Ebert 



Ronnie Griffin 
Emily Hall 
Mitzi Holt 
Mitchell Jones 
Barry Kirby 
Kathy Knight 
Andrew Logging 
Merle Lynch 



Debbie Merritt 
Joyce Moore 
Susan Payne 
Mary Ellen Rierson 
Phillip Sargent 
Robert Smith 
Michael Southern 
Michael Spainhour 



Karen Stanley 
Jerry Tedder 
Roy Douglas Tuttle 
Deborah Wall 
Ronnie Ayers 
Ann Bennett 
David Benton 



Earnest Brown 
Vickie Campbell 
Helen Cox 
Roy Cox 
Benny Gatewood 
Johnny Gibson 
Gary Gillispie 
Terry Goff 



Laura Handy 
David Hicks 
Gene Horton 
Ann Kiser 
Robert Lawson 
Wayne Linebacl 
Kaye Mitchell 



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Michael Orr 
Lawrence Phipps 
Bonnie Shinault 



Deborah Spainhou 
Joe Stanley 
Kay Tucker 



DeEtte Davis 
Kathy Denny 
Deborah Duggi: 
Jackie Fain 
Frank Fulk 
Marilyn Fulk 
Roger Gordon 
Debbie Hall 



Janet Holder 
Ricky Johnson 
Karen Johnson 
Logan Jones 
Steve Jones 
David Kirby 
Samuel Kirby 
Nancy McGee 



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Second Grade 



Drexdal Pratt 
Rhonda Priddy 
Carlton Rierson, Jr. 
Ricky Robertson 
Roger Rutledge 
Vicki Smitherman 
Joan Timmons 
Hope Ann Tuttle 

SandTa Tuttle 
Wanda Tuttle 
Ronnie Voss 
Ricky Wall 
Jeffery Wood 
Tim Badgett 
Paula Bennett 
Gary Burrow 



Deborah Calloway 
Charles Calloway 



Belinda Chiddie 
Michael Campbell 
Cherise East 
Ricky Fletcher 
Brenda Hawks 



Ceraldine Hall 
Micky Hartgrove 
Wanda Helsabeck 
Beth Keiger 
Joan Lawson 
Rex Mendenhall 
Kenneth McGee 
Steve McKnight 



Deborah Moser 
Craig Moser 
Phillip Moser 
Tommy New 
Mary Pulliam 
Donnie Reaves 
Bobby Shinault 
Bill Tedder 
Carolyn Whisenhunt 



Special Education Class 




Sybil Ann Covington 



Kenneth Fulk 
Donald Gordon 
Lonnie Handy 
Billy King 
General King 

Sue Ellen King 
Jimmy Lawson 
Billy Lewis 
Annie McGee 
Jo Ann Newman 
William Newman 
Jacqueline Overby 
Johney Thomas 
Mclvin Thomas 



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First Grade 



Jane Barnes 
Clenda Beasley 
Danny Carroll 
Calvin Covington 
Mitchell Dodson 
Donnie Ellis 
Anne GofT 
Cathy Coff 
Joyce Ann Hall 

Judith Helsabeck 
Patricia Jones 
Jimmy Kiser 
Jonathan Lawson 
Ricky Lawson 
Gary Lawson 
Jimmy Marinus 
Nancy Manring 



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Darrell Newsom 
Patrick O'Neal 
Carolisa Palmer 
Gary Slate 
Lynne Southern 
Sharon Tuttle 
Larry Tuttle 
Marlon Vc nable 
Michael Boyles 

Bobby Bowden 
Nell Jo Covington 



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Ro 

Linda 
Harlan Denny 
Susan Douthit 
Dottie Fulk 
Howard Gentry 
Mclodie Griffin 

Carolyn Hall 
Stanley Hartgrove 
Wanda Jones 
Viki Mabc 
Carole McCee 
Ann Martin 
Jefferey Nance 
Van Neal 
Brenda Newsome 
Tommy Newsome 
Barry Overby 
Tommy Slate 
Randal Suemore 
Debbie Smith 
Vicki Spainhour 
Jill Tedder 
Libby Pegram 
Jonathan White 
Richard Adkins 
Zacchaeus Ayers 
Linda Cain 
Deborah Collins 
Judy Cox 

Charlotte Craddock 
Robin Cromer 
Shelia Edwards 
Judy Ann Fain 

Wanda Fulk 
William Gordon 
Blake Hall 
Danny Hicks 
Kathy Horton 
James King 
Barry Lewis 
Roy Mabe 
Shelia Mae Mabe 

John Newman 
Vickie Preston 
Arlen Priddy 
Judy Sands 
Randy Sargenc 
Carol Jean Whitt 
Timothy Williams 
Jackie Ashby 
Charles Bennett 



Jill Car, 
Judy Cr, 



Tim Donath 
Nancy Dugg 
Linda Gunne 

Willis 



Gibson 
Jo Ann Hall 
Merri Dell Hall 
Robert Hardy 
Donnie Holder 
Everett Key 
Lucy King 
Tony Rierson 
Wanda Rutledge 

Mike Sands 
Roger Tu 



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Jackie Weaver 
Sammy Whisenhunt 
Tony Whitt 
Terry Willard 
Toni Yates 



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Ofi, dear Old King Higfi, we love, we always will 
Wden we've grown old, we'll ffiin£ o\ you siill. 



During our years at King High we have been 
members of various clubs. In these clubs we 
have learned to work and play together and 
they have become a way of furthering our edu- 
cation outside the classroom. 




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Student 

Council 



NANCY TUTTLE 
President 



JUDITH SMITH 
Vice-President 



BETTY JO BADGETT 
Recording Secretary 







JUDY CALLOWAY 
Corresponding Secretary 



BOBBY MOORE 
Treasurer 



First row: Jackie Bovender, Vicki Boles, Carol Brandon, 
Donald Bowles, Beverly Moore, Jimmy Tedder, Jenny 
Bole jack, Janice Smith, Charles Barr, Harrell Smith. 
Second row: Pat Kiger, Frankeye Pulliam, Barry Hall, 
Charles Covington, Sandra Holder, Diane Boyles, Clyde 



The purpose of the Student 
Council is to promote unity, to 
keep our school clean, physically 
and morally. To promote sports- 
manship and to promote safety. 



MISS KATHLEEN HALL 
Sponsor 

Moorefield, Donna Roberts, Perry Carroll, Carolyn Slate. 
Third row: Karen Bolejack, R.C. Gordon, Terry Tuttle , 
Hazel Parris, Lawrence Voss, Jimmy Brandon, Faye Dean 
Brown, Bonnie Watts, Nancy Hall, Brenda Kiser. Fourth 
row: Pam Kiser, Larry Boles, Frank James. 




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Committees 



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To the right— Assembly Committee, Seated: Mary Ann Gentry, 
Nancy Hall, Karen Edwards, Johnny Shore, Terry Wood, 
Hazel Parris, Phillip Vance and Lynn Stone. Standing: Carol 
Brandon, Chairman. Bulletin Board Committee: Steve Dalton, 
Ann Pruitt, Beverly Moore, Chairman; Sandra Lawson, Larry 
Boles and Lynn Stone. Social Committee, Standing: Karen 
Bole jack, Wayne Long, Harvey Tedder, Donald Bowles. 
Seated: Cathy Hall, Chairman; and Glenola McGee. Traffic 
Committee: Harrell Smith and Charles Barr, Chairman. 



Below— Ways and Means Committee: Gerald Boyles, Carol 
Brandon, Jackie Bovender, Chairman; Kay Lawson and Sandra 
Newsome. Grounds Committee: Jimmy Tedder, Chairman; 
Charles Adkins, Richard Gibson, Clayton Smith and Bobby 
Mabe. Publicity Committee: Jackie Bovender, Jenny Lou 
Bolejack, Chairman; and Janice Smith. 




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Cathy Hall, Nancy V. Hall, Carole Brandon, Nancy J. 
Hall, Beverly Moore, Jenny Bolejack, Judy Calloway, 
Jimmy Tedder, Judith Smith, Mary Ann Gentry, Glenda 
Kirby, Brenda Kirby, Faye Dean Brown, Kay Lawson, 



Brenda Riser, Pam Kirby, Janice Smith, Brenda 
Westmoreland, Glenola McGee, Katherine Moore, Brenda 
Smith. 



Hi-Light Staff 



The Hi -Light Staff spent one week each month in a 
frenzy of make-ups, assignment sheets, headlines, cute 
captions, and red pencils. But after all of this excitement we 
found it was all worthwhile when the newspaper came out. 




CATHY HALL 
Editor 



CAROLE BRANDON 
Associate Editor 



MR. SID WILLIAMS 
Sponsor 



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V 




Pam Kiser, Brenda Kirby, Fay Dean Brown, Glenola 
McGee, Glenda Kirby, Judy Watson, Jenny Bolejack, 
Nancy Tuttle, Carol Brandon, Sandra Newsome, Janice 
Smith, Brenda Westmoreland, Kay Robertson, Cathy Hall, 



Jimmy Webster, Melba Craddock, Jim Dalton, Mary Ann 
Gentry , Judy Calloway, Nancy V. Hall, Janice Redding, 
Nancy J. Hall, Brenda Kiser, Bonnie Watts. 



The purpose of the Future Busi- 
ness Leaders Club of America is to 
further interest and knowledge of 
the business world. 



Business Club 







FAY DEAN BROWN 
President 




GLENDA KIRBY 
Recording Secretary 



GLENOLA McGEE 
Vice -President 



JUDY WATSON 
Secretary 





BRENDA KIRBY 
Treasurer 



MR. SID WILLIAMS 
Sponsor 



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Junior 
Engineer's 
cience 
Club 






EARL VOSS 
President 



CHARLES COVINGTON 
Vice-President 



MARILYN NEW 
Secretary 







PERRY CARROLL 
Treasurer 



CHARLES KIRBY 
Reporter 



LARRY BOLES 
Membership Chairman 



MR. MELVIN HUNTER 
Sponsor 



First row: Johnny Hall, Jerry Martin, David New, Grady 
Stone, Husky Moser, Johnny Mitchell, Richard Donathan, 
Jimmie Ashby, Larry Smith, Leslie Meadows, Don Mabe, 
Rodney Slate, Brent Smith, Gary Smith, Harold Timmons. 
Second row: Pat Keiger, Judith Tedder, Brenda Hauser, 
Betty Jean Dodson, Joyce Slate, Judy Brown, Glenda 



Dalton, Betty Duggins, Beverlie Kiser, Gail Gordon, 
Kathy Johnson, Penny Smith, Diane Boyles,Anyce Smith, 
Ellen Neal,Libby Durham, SandraLawson, Brenda Collins, 
Susan Griffin, Mary Ann Kirby, Carolyn Slate, Franklin 
Sells, Shelia Crowder, Terry Bowman, Clydie Moorefield. 




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BEVERLY MOORE 
President 



BRENDA RISER 
Vice -President 



KAY LAWSON 
Secretary -Treasurer 






Senior 
Engineers 

Science 

Cfub 



The purpose of the 
Engineer's Science Club is to 
promote interest in Science 
and encourage students to 
take the higher courses in 
Science and prepare for a 
future in the Science field. 



JUDY CALLOWAY 
Member Chairman 



JACKIE BO VENDER 
Reporter 



MRS. ALENE GRAVITT 
Sponsor 



Seated: Beverly Moore, Jackie Bovender, Kay Lawson, 
Judy Calloway, Brenda Kiser. Standing: Junior Collins, 
Jimmy Loggins, Steve Dalton, Bobby Moore, Carol 
Brandon, Doug Smoot, Nancy V. Hall, Lynn Stone, 
Bonnie Kirby, Karen Edwards, Gerald Boyles, Peggy 



Mitchel, Mary Ann Gentry, Judy Watson, Nancy J. Hall, 
Freya Johnson, Lawrence Voss,Pam Kirby, Bruce Bennett, 
Katherine Moore, Jimmy Webster, Donald Bowles, Vicki 
Boles. 




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Beverly Moore, Lynn Stone, Nancyjane Hall, Vicki Boles, 
Kay Lawson, Peggy Jo Mabe, Carol Brandon, Judy Watson, 
Judy Watts, Bonnie Kirby, Linda Fulk, Susan Johnson, Pam 



Kirby, Steve Boyles, Jackie Bovender, Gerald Boyles, 
Bobby Moore . 




BRENDA KISER 
President 




BONNIE GRAVELY 
Secretary 



Alpha Delta Mathematics Club 



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The purpose of the Alpha Delta 
Mathematics Club is to further the 
interest in mathematics and pre- 
sent programs on the application of 
mathematics in everyday life. 



DONALD BOWLES 
Vice-President 

FREYA JOHNSON 
Treasurer 



MARY ANN GENTRY 
Vice-President 

KATHERINE MOORE 
Reporter 



MR. UNDERWOOD 
Sponsor 



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First row: Kay Lawson, Nancy Hall, Vicki Boles, Brenda 
Kiser, Nancy Tuttle , Lynn Stone, Peggy Mitchel. Second 
row: Beverly Moore, Glenda Kirby, Jackie Bovender, 
Susan Johnson, Freya Johnson, Pa m Kirby, Sandra Wolff . 
Third row: Laurence Voss, Betty Jo Badgett, Katherine 



Moore, Carol Brandon, Janice Redding, Steve Boyles, 
Nancy Calloway. Fourth row: Bobby Moore, Steve 
Daulton, Mary Ann Gentry, Bonnie Kirby, Bonnie Gravely, 
Judy Watson, Nancy V. Hall. 



Beta Club 



The purpose of the Beta Club 
is to promote the ideals of honesty, 
service, and leadership among the 
school student of America . 





Jb^ ^ 



JACKIE BOVENDER 
Vice-President 

BEVERLY MOORE 
Treasurer 







VICKI BOLES 
President 



LYNN STONE 
Secretary 

BONNIE GRAVELY 
Membership Chairman 






MRS . JANE PEDIGO 
Sponsor 



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DORIS LONG 
President 



HAZEL PARRISH 
Vice -President 



BRENDA KISER 
Pianist 



MRS. REBECCA MOSER 
Director 



Glee Club 



The Glee Club provides us with music in chapel and 
P.T.A. programs. We could not do without their beautiful 
music . 



First row: Debora Moore, Kaye Smith, Louise Craddock, 
Patsy Cranford, Carolyn Slate, Sarah Lawson, Judy 
Atwood, Bruce Robertson, Charles Darnell, Billy 
Chambers, Sandra Newsome, Hazel Parrish,Brenda Walsh, 
Brenda Kirby, Marilyn New, Diane Boyles. Second row: 
Kay Hensley, Doris Webster, Peggy Gordon, Brenda Kiser, 
Gloria Duggins, Linda Fulk, Wayne Long, Jerry Long, 



Leon Lankford, Bobby Mabe, Pam Kiser, Glenola McGee, 
Nancy Hall, Doris Long, Karen Bolejack, Peggy Edmonds. 
Third row: Ozel Mays, Jo Ann Southern, Ellen Neal, Susan 
Newsome, Norma' Newsome, Sandra Meadwell, Harrell 
Smith, James Gibson, Frosty Denny, Judy Meadows, Mary 
Hunter, Brenda Westmoreland, Lynn Stone, Doris 
Newsome, Pauline Cummings. 



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BOBBY MOORE 
President 



WAYNE LONG 
Vice-President 



PAT BOYLES 
Secretary 



JEANETTE FULTON MR. ROBERT MILLS 
Treasurer Director 



The band always looks forward to the Christmas Season 
because there are many parades in which they march. Being 
one of the only two bands in the county, we salute the band 
for the fine work throughout the year. 



King High Band 



First row: Vicki Boles, Phyllis Love, Glenola McGee, Diane 
Boyles, Pat Boyles. Second row: Phillip Westmoreland, 
Steve Tedder, Billy Newsome, Eddie Hall, Danny Hanes, 
Sammy Slate, Beverly Moore, Billy Hutchins, Rickie 
Lewis, Marie Van Deusen, Pat Johnson, Charles Cole, 
Darrell Moser, Joseph Gentry. Third row: Bobby Moore, 
Perry Carroll, Maurice Marshall, Phillip Vance, Joel 
New, Bruce Holder, Benny Matthews, Bobby Brown, Dale 



Smith, Donald Love,Katherine Stewart, Phillip Newsome, 
Susan Slate, Shirley Newsome. Fourth row: Wayne Long, 
Rodney Slate, Paul Nance, Jerry Long, Brent Smith, Don 
Mabe, Steve Patterson, Johnny Boles, Edgar Moore, Glen 
Wall, Steve White, Wayne Tuttle . Fifth row; Donnie 
Goff, Mr. Mills, Harrell Smith, Mike Rierson, Tommy 
McGee, Gerald Smith, Chris Wood, Vance Hall, Barney 
Newsome . 




GLENOLA McGEE 



VICKI BOLES 



PHYLLIS LOVE 



DIANE BOYLES 



PAT BOYLES 




NANCY J. HALL 
President 



BRENDA KIRBY 
Vice-President 



VICKI BOLES 
Secretary 



NANCY V. HALL JANICE REDDING 

Treasurer Reporter 



BRENDA KISER JANICE SMITH 

Song Leader Historian 





MRS. VIRGINIA PATTERSON 
Sponsor 



Future Homemakers 
of America 



The purpose of the Future Homemakers Club of America 
is to promote interest in Home Economics. 





First row, left to right: Nancy J. Hall, Glenda Lawson, Lena Crews, Sheliah 
Crowder, Glenda Kirby, Brenda Walsh, Brenda Kirby, Bonnie Watts, Jenny 
Bole jack, Sara Lawson, Ann Pruitt, Fay Dean Brown, Sandra Newsome, 
Carole Brandon, Diane Boyles, Susan Johnson, Marilyn New,Thelma Gordon, 
Karen Edwards, Pam Riser. Second row: Vicki Boles, Jeanette Smith, Becky 
Spainhour, Janice Redding, Brenda Kiser, Mary Ann Kirby, Linda Hunter, 
Wanda Stone, Kathy Johnson, Peggy Gordon, Brenda Hensley, Brenda Booze, 
Dorothy Meadows, Donna Robert, Kay Lawson, Brenda Westmoreland, Glenola 
McGee, Ellen Neal, Dee Carroll, Jane Lewis, Shelby Poindextej^ Cathy Hall, 



Jo Ann Southern, Janet Moser, Doris Holder, Mary Jane Tuttle . Thud row: 
Mary Ann Gentry, Judy Watts, Libby Durham , Norma Edmonds, Mabel Warner, 
Linda Edwards, Carolyn Slate, Doris Long, Sylvia Sprinkle, Hazel Parrish, 
Janice Smith, Frances Stewart, Nancy V. Hall, Diane Browder, Betty Hall, 
Gloria Gordon. Fourth row: Patsy Cranford, Ozell Mays, Pauline Cummings, 
Mary Catherine Hunter, Marie Bowen, Peggy Mabe, Sue Pike, Norma 
Newsome, Beverly Moore, Judy Harrisson, Barbara Covington, Susan Griffin, 
Brenda Collins, Sandra Lawson, Kay Smith, Nancy Tuttle, Judy Smith, Judy 
Meadows. 



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WAYNE TUTTLE LLOYD MABE 
President Vice-President 



NORRIS DUGGINS 
Secretary 



JIMMY BRANDON 
Treasurer 



JERRY MICKEY 
Reporter 



JOHN CHAMBERS MR. SAMUEL I URCHES 
Sentinel Sponsor 



Future Farmers of America 



The purpose of the Future Farmers of America is to teach 
boys more about Agriculture and the application of the new 
methods of farming. 




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First row: Michael Richardson, Leonard Tuttle, Steve Burge, Jimmy Ashby, 
Jimmy Hauser, Richard Donathan, Billy Chambers, Ronnie Tedder, Harvey 
Tedder, Bobby Slate, Richard Gibson, Butch McGee, Varner Vogler, Alfred 
Craddock, Eddie White, Terry Bowman, Johnny Mitchell, James Cox, J.V. 
Boles, Carlton McKinney, and Greg Bennett. Second row: Sidney Moser, 
Kenneth Hartgrove, Wayne Davis, Ronald Kiser, Jerry Stanley, John Kinser, 
Donald James, Bobby Mabe, Steve Covington, John Chambers, Edward 
Browder, Jerry Mabe, Lloyd Mabe, Norman Smith, Glenn Cromer, Frankie 
Barr, Bruce Robertson, Terry Wood, Calvin Voss, David Southern, Jimmy 



Tedder, and Kay Kiser. Third row: Jerry Mickey, Delbert Gordon, Jerry 
Goff, Richard Goff, Larry Ingram, Willie Bledsoe, Steve Smith, Ronnie 
Mabe, Kent Kiser, Frosty Denny, Ronald Stevens, Ronnie Hauser, Bobby 
Mickey, Roger Inman, Roger Fulk, Glenn Gentry, and Gary Hicks. Fourth 
row: Ronnie Wall, Ronnie White, Ronnie Binkley, Gerald Smith, James 
Gibson, Billy Webster, Elbert Boyles, Jerry Bledsoe, Junior Essick, Charles 
Adkins, Douglas Boyles, Wayne Tuttle, Jimmy Brandon, Norris Duggins, Joe 
Johnson, E.R. Conreid, and John Snider. 



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Debating Club 



Brenda Kiser 
Nancy Tuttle 
Vicke Boles 
Carol Brandon 




Mary Ann Gentry 
Jackie Boverider 
Harrell Smith 
Mr. O.T. Neal 
Sponsor 



The Debating Club is composed of the people who try out for the debating team. Long hours and hard work go into 
being a debator. 



Library Club 




Brenda Kirby, Glenda Kirby, Bonnie Gravely, Susan Johnson, Ann Pruitt, Janet Moser, Brenda Westmoreland, Carol 
Brandon, Nancy V. Hall. 



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Monogram Club 

The Monogram Club members are those who have received mono- 
gram letters for participating in basketball, cheerleading, baseball 
and band. 




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First row: Charles Barr, Vicki Boles, Jenny Bolejack, 
Cathy Hall, Sandra Newsome , Faye Dean Brown, Sylvia 
Sprinkle, Janice Smith, Beverly Moore. Second row: 
Betty Jo Badgett, Freya Gae Johnson, Kay Lawson, Judy 
Barr, Glenola McGee, Lynn Stone, Brenda Westmoreland, 



Nancy Tuttle , Brenda Smith. Third row: Johnny Shore, 
Thurman Dodson, Gerald Boyles, Donald Bowles, John 
Chambers, Calvin Voss, Billy Webster, Clayton Smith, 
Wayne Long, Steve Covington, Frankie Barr. 



CHARLES BARR 
President 



CATHY HALL 
Vice -President 



NANCY TUTTLE 
Secretary 



FAYE DEAN MR. VERNON 

BROWN DONALD BOWLES KIMBRO 

Treasurer Reporter Sponsor 




Bus Drivers 



Bruce Robertson, Lloyd Mabe , Bruce Bennett, Wayne Slate, Clayton Smith, 
Gerald Boyles, Terry Turtle, Jimmy Tedder, Jim Dalton, Charles Barr, Donald 
Bowles. 



These boys are responsible for bringing all the children to school. Without 
the careful driving of these boys it would be impossible for our school to run. 



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Piano Students 




First row: Miss Viola Tuttle, Sandra Holder, Patricia 
Keiger, Phyliss Watts, Brenda Westmoreland, Judith 



Tedder. Second row: Brenda Hauser, Penny Smith, Larry 
Boles, Harold Timmons, Susan Griffin, Annis Smith. 




Custodian 



MR. and MRS. ED WHITE 

Mr. and Mrs. Ed White are the custodians of the school. They have an 
endless job. Firing the furnaces, sweeping the halls and keeping our school 
clean. We take off our hats to Mr. and Mrs. Ed White. 



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La Societe Franchise 




Seated: Pam Kiser, Reporter; Dianne Browder, Treasurer; 
Mary Jane Tuttle, President; Frances Stewart, Vice- 
President; Karen Edwards, Secretary. Standing: Sandra 



Newsome, Beverly Moore, Judy Calloway, Nancy V. Hall, 
Mary Ann Gentry, Carol Brandon, Judy Watson, Glenola 
McGee,Kay Lawson,Vicki Boles, Mrs. Margaret Paschal. 



The Latin Forum 



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Seated: Franklin Sells, Treasurer; Larry Boles, President; 
Katherine Moore, Vice-President; Earl Voss, Secretary; 
Johnny Hall, Reporter. Standing: Peggy Mitchell, Bobby 
Tuttle, Johnny East, Gary Watson, Mrs. Margaret Paschal, 



Kathy Johnson, Gary Smith, Susan Griffith, Monroe Key, 
Doug Payne, Jimmy Loggins, Jerry Mabe, Harold 
Timmons, Steve Dalton, Freya Gay Johnson, Jackie 
Bovender, Mary Ann Gentry, Kay Stone. 



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Cafeteria Staff 




Mrs. Beulah Boyles, Mrs. Adaline Riser, Manager; Mrs. Ruth Hauser. 




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During the years in grammar school we 
remember the activities in which we partici- 
pated. The Student Council, the Library Club 
helped us prepare for our years in high school. 







1909 




lementary Activities 



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Student Council 




First row: Tommy McGee, Bruce Holder, Treasurer; Linda 
Kimbro, Secretary; Joel New, Vice-President; Benny 
Matthews, President; Steve Tedder, Mike Rierson. Second 
row: Kenneth Warner, Gary Hauser, Steve Hauser, Phillip 



Westmoreland, Lydia Calloway, Janice Priddy, Kathy 
Loggins. Third row: Teresa Moser, Ricky Cromer, Billy 
Stanley, Cecelia Carroll, Marie Van Dusen, Vickie Law, 
Gail Stone, Lydia Jane Tuttle. 



Library Club 




First row: Marland Smith, Phillip Newsome, Ken Davis, 
David Taylor, Charles Covington, Husky Moser, Butch 
Barber. Second row: Mary Sue Davis, Melissa Marshall, 
Linda Kimbro, Rose Ann Tuttle, Dianne Gatewood, Sarah 



Smith, Becky New, Susan Slate , Katherine Stewart, Linda 
James. Third row: Cecelia Carroll, Teresa Slack, Brenda 
Westmoreland, Barry Hall, Penny Smith, Patricia Chance, 
Bruce Hall. 



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Piano Students 





First row: Donna Bole jack, Marilyn Moore, Tim my 
Tedder, Steve Evert, Rhonda Craig, Catherine Craig, 
Carolyn Thurman, Diane Bennett, Jane Kirby, Jerry Lynn 
Hooker, Ann Hooker, Marsha Burge , Brenda Edwards, 
Linda Smith, Joyce Hartgrove, Terry Hall, David Burge, 
Rickey Duggins. Second row: Linda Jones, Kay Patterson, 
Jeffery Woods, Ronnie Voss, Linda Tuttle, Shirley 
Newsome, L.C. Allen, Gary Hauser, Benny Lawson, 



Kenny Davis, Janice Priddy, Sara Johnson, Shyril 
Needham, Janet Boyles, Susan Garneo, Teresa Walters, 
Carole Gibson, Miss Tuttle. Third row: Vickie Law, 
Diane Needham, Catherine Covington, Teresia Moser, 
Lydia Calloway, Rose Ann Tuttle, Cecelia Carroll, 
Melvin Edwards, Cherry Davis, Karen Lankford, Carole 
Boyles, Belinda Moser, Mary Ann McGee, Susan Adkins, 
Melissa Marshall, Joan Tedder. 



Cafeteria Staff 




Lonnie Baker, Manager; Maude Hall, Delia Martin, Nadeen Barr, Cashier. 



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We know you can win, because you kave won 

Again and again. 
9f you lose, a smile you'll wear, 
cause you know the game was fair/' 



It has been said that it matters not who wins 
the game but how well you play it. Our teams 
show a feeling of sportsmanship that makes us 
proud to say we are from King High School. 








thletics 



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Candid Camera 




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Jenny Bolejack, Kay Lawson, Brenda Westmoreland, Nancy Tuttle, Glenola 
McGee, Lynn Stone , Sandra Newsome . 



Cheerleaders 




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Girls' Basketball 




Judy Barr, Faye Dean Brown, Freya Gaye Johnson, Judy Smith, Sylvia Sprinkle, Cathy Hall, Brenda Smith, Mr. Kimbro. 



BRENDA COLLINS BETTY JO BADGETT FREYA JOHNSON 





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Boys' Basketball 




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GERALD BOYLES CHARLES BARR 



THURMAN DODSON 



This season was another exciting one for the members of 
the boys basketball team. There have been many close 
games, making it exciting for the fans. Altogether, the boys 
made up a good team which won many fans at King. 



JOHNNY SHORE 



JOHN CHAMBERS 





Anxiously our baseball team waits 
in the dugout for the game to start. 




Our Team is at bat, these players 
anxiously await their turn at bat. 




The pitchers are warming up for 
the County Championship. 



Frankie Barr, Thurman Dodson, 
Johnny Shore and Gerald Boyles 
take time out from the ballgame 
to pose for us. 




Our catcher, Donald Bowles, is 
always watching for a chance to 
get that person on third base out. 



He's out! Thurman. 



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Baseball Team 




From top to bottom, Third row: R.C. Gordon, Steve 
Boyles, Bobby Moore, Arthur Smith. Second row: Charles 
Barr, Steve Covington, Clayton Smith, Norris Duggins, 



John Snider. First row: Frankie Barr, Gerald Boyles, Don 
Bowles, johnny Shore, Thurman Dodson. 



We take our hats off to the baseball team. They won the 
County Championship last year. Often times we overlook the 
baseball team for the fine playing that they do. We would 
like to salute our baseball team for their fine playing and for 
their sportsmanship. 




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Never will we lose tbe trust, 

Sfiaf you, King Higfi, dave placed in us. 



There is always the star of the show. This 
section is devoted to OUR STAR PLAYERS. 








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Marshals 



Left to right: 
Beverly Moore 
Lynn Stone 
Brenda Kiser 
Vicki Boles 
Cathy Hall 








LYNN STONE 




BRENDA WESTMORELAND 



KAY LAWSON 



Honor Students 





BEVERLY MOORE 




PEGGY MITCHELL 



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CATHY HALL 




VICKI BOLES 



BRENDA KISER 




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Most 




Studious 




JIM DALTON 




PEGGY MITCHELL 




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Most 
Likely to 
Succeed 



NANCY TUTTLE 
DONALD BOWLES 





Best All 
Around 



JUDY SMITH 
LLOYD MA BE 





Best 
Personality 



JUNIOR 
DUGGINS 

JENNY 
BOLEJACK 








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Best 
Looking 



JUDY MEADOWS 
BRUCE BENNETT 



Most 
Athletic 



CATHY HALL 

THURMAN 

DODSON 





Girls' State 



VICKI BOLES 





LYNN STONE 



Boys' State 



CHARLES BARR 



GERALD BOYLES 



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Senior Play 
"The Antics of Andrew" 




First row, left to right: Charles Barr, "Andrew Brown"; Gerald Boyles, "Issac Zimmerman. " Second row: 
Faye Dean Brown, "Petunia"; Lynn Stone, "Miss Prunella Thome"; Brenda Westmoreland, "Althea 
Thome"; Glenola McGee, "Julie Boynton." Third row: Cathy Hall, "Betty Boynton"; Wayne Long, 
"Reverend Doolittle"; John Chambers, "Royal"; Clayton Smith, "O'Flarity. " Fourth row: Thurman 
Dodson, "Willie Waldo"; Frosty Denny, "Jacques"; Jim Dalton, "Harold Hadley"; Donald Bowles, 
"Dean Socrates Boynton. " igi 



Halloween Royalty 






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Band 
Sweetheart' 



GLENOLA McGEE 










Miss 
King 
High 

JUDY MEADOWS 




PAM RISER 
Junior - 




LYNN STONE 
Senior 

HAZEL PARRIS 
Junior 





PHYLLIS LOVE 
Sophomore 




JUDY SMITH 
Maid of Honor 

BECKY SPAINHOUR 
Sophomore 




ELLEN NEAL 
Freshman 




FAY DEAN BROWN 
Senior 

DIANE BOYLES 
Freshman 




And tden wden we dwe le\i and gone on our way. 
We will jorever dope and we'll pray, ftdougd we'll 
learning, we'll ne'er \orgei. 



Without the co-operation of the people who 
bought the following ads it would be impossible 
for us to have an annual. We wish to express 
our thanks to the Merchants of King, Rural Hall, 
Pinnacle, Winston -Salem and Old Town for 
their contributions. 




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HOOKER-LILLY ELECTRIC COMPANY 

King 

North Carolina 



Compliments of 

WALL PONTIAC CO. 

Pilot Mountain 

North Carolina 



King 



Compliments of 
MARSHALL HALL 

North Carolina 



King 


Compliments of 
KISER'S GROCERY 

North Carolina 



Compliments of 

TEDDER PLUMBING COMPANY 

E. B. Tedder, Owner 



King 



Compliments of 
SLATE FUNERAL HOME 

North Carol ina 



Compliments of 

SHOUSE'S GRILL 

Rural Hall North Carolina 



MODERNETTE BEAUTY SALON 
Hagar Duggins WO-9-5119 

Highway 66 
Rural Hall North Carolina 



Compliments of 

DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. 

Winston-Salem North Carolina 



Compliments of 

ED BANNER RESTAURANT 
PA -3-8331 



CAMEL PAWN SHOP, INC. 

"Home of Low Prices" 

16 E. 4th Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carol ina 



Compliments of 

SALEM FINANCE COMPANY 

Winston-Salem, North Carol ina 



GRIFFIN INSURANCE AGENCY 
Specializing in Fire and Liability Insurance 
YU-3-9002 
Renard Griffin, General Agent 
Sue Griffin, Secretary 



King 



Compliments of 
KING SHELL SERVICE 

North Carol ina 



Small Loan Headquarters 
CITY FINANCE COMPANY 
114 W.3rd St. 
Winston-Salem North Carolina 



Compliments of 

SOUTHSIDE BARBER SHOP 

King North Carolina 



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KING BEAUTY SHOP 




YU-3-3575 



STATE PLANTERS BANK 




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KING DRUG COMPANY 




Compliments of 

MOORE AND SLATE 



Distributor for Sealtest 



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BOCOCK-STROUD COMPANY 



Sporting Goods 

Dependable for 35 Years 

Phone PA 4-2421 

Winston-Salem, North Carol ina 



Compliments of 



HENNIS FREIGHT LINES, INC 



Winston-Salem 
North Carolina 



P.O. Box 612 



PA 4-9211 



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KING GUANO COMPANY 


Agrico 


Patapsco 


Robertson's 


Morris' 


Priddy's 


Baugh's 


Royster's 


V. C. 


Weaver's 


Zells 


These 


Fertilizers for sale at all times 


Chilton Tobacco Curers - Tobacco Barn Flue Pipes 


Bob Westmoreland 


J. W. Gentry 




Phone YU-3-8865 




King, North Carolina 



Needham 


Funeral Home and Chapel 




Oxygen Equipped and 2 Way Radios. 




Air-Conditioned Ambulance 


EM 8-2522 


or EM 8-2236 


Pilot Mountain 


North Carolina 



King 


Gulf Fuel Oil 


Service 




Tires - Batteries - Accessories 




Washing Service 






Operator Harvey Hall 




King, North Carolina 


Phone 98 3-9655 



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Congratulations Seniors 

on 

Your Achievements 

Duke Power 
Company 







Best Wishes 








From 








Bassick-Sack 








Division of Stewart - Warner Corp. 








Fine Furniture - Hardware 




Winston-Sa 


em 




North Carolina 



Compliments of 

Gordon's Hardware 

A Complete Line of Hardware 

Mitchell Loman 

King, North Carolina Phone 98 3-8595 



Compliments of 




Desco Sales Com 


pany 


Camping suppl ies 




Dan River Materials 




Cottons - Woolens 




Gifts - Novelties 




YU-3-3751 




D.S. Blakley King, North Carolina 


J.R. Beasley 



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Every human being, created in the image of God, is endowed with 
a power akin to that of the Creator— Individuality , power to think and 
do. The men in whom this power is developed are the men who bear 
Responsibilities, who are leaders in enterprise, and who influence 
Character. It is the work of true education to develop this power; to 
train the youth to be thinkers, and not mere reflectors of other men's 
thought. Instead of confining their study to that which men have said or 
written, let students be directed to the sources of truth , to the vast 
fields opened for research in nature and revelation . Let them contemplate 
the great facts of duty and destiny, and the mind will expand and 
strengthen. Instead of educated weaklings, institutions of learning may 
send forth men strong to think and to act, men who are masters and not 
slaves of circumstances, men who possess breadth of mind, clearness of 
thought, and the courage of their convictions. 

Such an education provides more than mental discipline; it provides 
more than physical training. It strengthens the Character, so that truth 
and uprightness are not sacrificed to selfish desire or worldly ambition. 
It fortifies the mind against Evil . Insteadof some master passion becoming 
a power to destroy, every motive and desire are brought into conformity 
to the great principles of Right. As the perfection of His character is 
dwelt upon, the mind is renewed, and the soul is recreated in the 
image of God . 

Whateducation can be higher than this? What can equal it in value? 

JONES STUDIO 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



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Staley's Northside Restaurant 

Northside Shopping Center 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina Phone PA-3-0267 







G 


ook' 


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Wareh 


ouse 




P. 


H. Thomas 








W.R. Fowler 


B 


E . Cook 










C.B. Stt 


"ickland, Jr. 


Loug Cook 










Jul 


ian Vaughn 


Fred McLau 


ghlin 








Garl 


and Griffin 












PA 4-9239 












"MORNING SALE EVERY DAY" 





Compliments of 



Don's Barber Shop 

King, North Carolina YU 3-5361 



G 


rover 


Shugart Motors, 

Authorized Ford Dealer 
Rural Hall, North Carolina 

Phone WO 9-2235 


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nc. 




"DON'T TRADE FOR ANY CAR UNTIL YOU SEE US. 


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Compliments of 

Kiser Super Market 

Rural Hall, North Carolina Phone WO 9-2975 



Ellis Ashburn Stationery 


Complete Office and School Suppl 


ies 


Books - Bibles - Games - Gifts 




Art and Drafting Supplies 




Northside Shopping Center 




Phone PA 3-0715 




(Your Patronage Appreciated) 





Kin 


g 


F 


uel 


Oil Supply 


C 


om 


P 


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y 








Who 


esale Dealer - 


Esso Products 










Phone 98 


-3- 


5685 




King 


, N( 


Drth Cc 


Kol 


ina 












Printed Meter 


Service 












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Fuel for Home 


and Farm 


















Esso 


Furnaces and B 


urner Service 











Western Auto Associate Store 



The Family Store 

R. H. Gentry 

King, North Carolina 

Phone 98-3-3440 



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Authorized Bulova and Elgin Dealer 
We Repair All Makes of Fine Watches 

L. M. Long 

Jeweler and Watchmaker 

King, North Carolina 

Billy Long - Assistant Watchmaker 




Dewey A. Long 

Residential 

Commercial 

and Industrial Building 

98-3-5175 

P.O. Box 325 

King North Carolina 



Kooler's Food Center 



Phone 98-3-9775 



King 



North Carolina 







H 


arris 








Wholesale 


Builders Su 


ppiy* i 


nc. 


The 


Builders 


Supermarket 




Building S 


upplies 


, Paints ar 


id PI 


umbing 




P.O. Box 305-605 N 


Main 


St. , Pilot Mountain, N< 


Drth Carolina 


Phone 


Em 8-2256 








Em 8-2257 



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Sealtest Food Inc. 

Sealtest Ice Cream 
Get The Best Get Sealtest 

PA 3-0311 Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



7-Up Bottling Company 

Nothing Does It like Seven-Up! 
Winston-Salem North Carolina 



King Farm Supply 

Feed, Seed, Fertilizer 
Unico Electrical Appliances 

Phone 98-2-9395 
King North Carolina 



Wall-Griffin Tire Co. 

Recapping, Wheel Alignment 
Wheel Balancing 

Phone 98-3-8891 King, North Carolina 



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R. H. Shell Service 

Wesley Hunsucker 

Lubrication Oil 

Wash Ice 

Gas 



B 


oles 


Hardware Com 


pany 








Paint - Hardware 


- Appliances 










Maytag - West 


inghouse 










We Service What We Sell 




King 










Pinnacle 


James 


and F 


rances Tedder 




Ernest Boles 


Phone 


YU3- 


-8935 




EM 82592 



Compliments of 

Frank Fowler 



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BROWN'S RADIO & TV SERVICE 

Sales & Service - New & Used 
2-Way Radio Equipped 

Phone 98-3-8075 

King, North Carol ina 

J . H. Brown 



STANLEYVILLE CLEANERS 

Where Your Clothes Are 
Really Clean 

1-DayService 6a.m. -6p.m 

Including Saturday 



"The typewriter showplace of 

the year" 

Royal Typewriters 

Standard - Portable - Electric 

KELLY TYPEWRITER 
COMPANY 

616 West Fourth Street 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Sales - Service - Rental 



STULTZ INC. 
RESTAURANT 

Sandwiches and Plate Lunches 

Private Dinners 

for Private Parties 

Call 37-7-2511 



Compliments of 

DAIRI-0 

Home-made Ice-cream 
Fountain Drinks 



King 



North Carolina 



HERMAN'S CLOTHING 

Home owned and operated 

"The Dad and Lad Shop" 

Phone 98-39621 

King, North Carol ina 



Compliments of 

J. ELLIS COON 

All Kinds of Insurance 

Day 98-3-8685 Night EM 82986 

King, North Carolina 



M. A. PICKETT'S 

5 and 10$ Dept. Store 
King, North Carolina 



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VADEN AND TURNER 
ESSO SERVICE 

Emergency AAA Service 

Lubrication - Battery Service 

Tire, Wheel Balancing 

U.S. Route 52 - Phone WO 9-4453 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 

Ice Blocked Bags 



Compliments of 

RUPERT HALL 



1906 



1962 



Compliments of 

COMMERCIAL 

& 
FARMERS BANK 

Rural Hall, North Carolina 
Member of FDIC 



NORMAN STOCKTON 

Headquarters for 
Men's and Boy's Wear 

411 N. Cherry Street 
Winston-Salem North Carolina 



MOOREFIELD ESSO SERVICE 

Grease Jobs - Oil Change 
Tires - Tubes and Batteries 

Phone YU 3-8315 
King, North Carolina 



S AND K POULTRY 

Customer Work on Wednesday 

Richard Speas YU 3-5256 
James W. Keiger YU 3-5585 

King, North Carolina 



JOE COVINGTON 
ESSO SERVICE 

Esso Gas and Oil 

Goodyear Tires and Tubes 

Delco Batteries - Groceries 

Route 1 
King, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

EARL HALL'S 

Service Station and Grocery 
Route 1 King 



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DRAUGHON BUSINESS 


COLLEGE 


622 W. 4th Winston-Salem 


Phone PA 2-0121 


Place to take your Business 


Training 





Compliments of 






WARREN'S DRUG 




Rural 


Hall North Carol 


ina 



Compliments of 

A. L. PAYNE AND SONS 

Self - Service Grocery 
Fresh Meats 



Rural Hal 



North Carol ina 





1 

KING MEAT MARKET 


King 


98-3-8515 




We specialize in Fresh 




Meats and Produce 









Compliments of 




THE FORMAL HOUSE 




Specialists in 




Rentals of 




Formal Wear and Accessories 


Wir 


iston-Salem North Carolina 



TAYLOR'S WAREHOUSE 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

A SALE EVERY DAY AT TAYLOR'S 

Paul T. Taylor Kelly Ritter 

Paris Pepper Charles Dalton 

John Davis, Auctioneer 







MERR ITT PLUMBING 








COMPANY 








Septic Tanks and Service 








Plumbing and Supplies 








Phone YU 3-9325 




Ki 


n 9 


North Carolina 






Fred L. Merritt 




N 


ight 


Phone WO 9- 


-5611 



FRANK A. STITH 
COMPANY 

Smart Fashions for 
Men and Boys 



Winston-Salem 



North Carolina 



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Compliments of 

JONES SUPERETTE 



Route 1 



King 





66 SANDWICH SHOP 










Arch Tuttle 






H 


ghway 66 


LY- 


■1 


-6634 



FERGUSON'S ATLANTIC SERVICE 

Washing - Lubrication 

Oil Changing - Fisk Tires 

We give S 8 H Green Stamps 

Route 1, King, North Carolina 

"ATLANTIC keeps your car on the Go" 



King 



LAWSON'S GARAGE 

Complete Auto Repair 

Automatic Transmissions 

Service 

Ten Years Experience 

Phone 98-39750 



WINSTON-SALEM SCHOOL 

OF BEAUTY CULTURE 

Including Linda Brooks' Charm Course 

Day and Evening Classes 

PA 5-8061 209 1/2 West 3rd St. 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 



KING TIRE SERVICE 

Expert 

Balancing - Recapping 

W.A. Douthit 



Compl iments of 
OLDTOWN FABRIC CENTER 
Oldtown North Carolina 



Oldtown 



Compliments of 
OLDTOWN GRILL 

North Carolina 



THE ANNUAL STAFF 
WOULD LIKE TO THANK 
EVERYONF WHO HELPED 

WITH THIS ANNUAL. 



Compliments of 

OLDTOWN BEAUTY SALON 

Oldtown North Carolina 



Compliments of 
OLDTOWN GULF SERVICE 
Oldtown North Carolina 



Compliments of 

ROMINGER FURNITURE CO. 

PA -4 -741 1 

Established 1900 

Winston-Salem North Carolina 





DAIRY CASTLE 






Drive- 


In Restaurant 






Phone: 


WA-4-9400 




N 


orthwest 


Shopping Cen 


ter 




At Oldtown 





GORDON AUTO PARTS 

Howard F . Gordon 

Owner 

Distributors for Nationally 

Known Automotive Parts 



FASHION FLAIR SEWING SHOP 




Everything for 


your Complete 




Sewing 


Needs 




Pinnacle 


North Carol 


in a 



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Compliments of 




King 


Furniture Company 

Complete Home Furnishings 
Phone YU 3-9762 


King 




North Carolina 



Compliments of 

Grower's Warehouse 

Phone PA 4-3688 



Winston-Salem 



North Carol ina 



Compliments of 

WARNER'S SERVICE & GROCERY 



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SCHOOL SONG 

Ours is the best high school in the land. 

Divided we'd fall; but united we stand. 

We'll be loyal to the end. 

On that, King High, you can depend. 

Oh, dear -old King High, we love; we always will 

When we've grown old, we'll think of you still. 

While our children live again, 

The days that we once spent here. 



We have a team that really is great, 

One that is free from hard feelings and hate. 

When our team walks on the floor, 

You can hear the fans all roar. 

"Rah! Rah! Rah! Come on, King High, 

We know you can win; because you have won again 

and again. 
If you lose, a smile you'll wear, 
'Cause you know the game was fair. " 






Our Eagle stands so sure and so free; 

He is a symbol of our loyalty. 

Never will we lose the trust, 

That you, King High, have placed in us. 

And then when we have left and gone on our way. 

We will forever hope and we'll pray, 

Though we're leaving, we'll ne'er forget. 

The lessons that we learned here. 



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